Yet again this year, we are sending out a blank Mad Lib for the fun-loving among you to create your very own version of a Boyd holiday letter. But if you’re curious about the official version, read on.
h2. Our 2018 Mad Lib
This year Lucy, age ______ (number), played ______ (person) in a theatrical production of ______ (author)’s ______ (book title). Rosie, age ______ (number), built a ______ (musical instrument) and learned to play it. She can’t stop doing ______ (body part) bends. Ann was elected ______ (piece of furniture) of our church council and joined a ______ (job)’s circle. While on our second family trip to ______ (country), Jon steered us in a rented ______ (vehicle) on ______ (body of water). He did it very ______ (adv.).
We wish you a ______ (adj.) Christmas and a happy ______ (n.)!
h3. The factual version
This year Lucy, age 12, played Hooey the Parrot in a theatrical production of Dr. Seuss’s Oh Say Can You Say! Rosie, age 10, built a ukulele and learned to play it. She can’t stop doing back bends. Ann was elected chair of our church council and joined a writer’s circle. While on our second family trip to England, Jon steered us in a rented punt on the River Cam. He did it very badly.
We [honestly do] wish you a merry Christmas and a happy New Year!
h2. Alternate Photos
We had a hard time deciding on the photo to put on this year’s Christmas card. What do you think of these, instead?